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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914.
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NEW MARKET.
April 0, 19U.
Clarence Brewer, of Wilmington,
spent Sunday with tils parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Brewer.
Wra. Carrier and family entertained
CENTERFIELD.
April 0, 1914.
The meeting of Centerfleld Agricul
tural Club was well attended, discus
sion lively, Interesting and Instruc
tive. The people seeming loth to ills-
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker i continue the meetings, voted to hold
and children, of Sugartroe Ridge, and
Effort McCoy and wife, of Miller's
Chapel.
Roscoe McConnaughey, of Falrvlew,
was twe guest of home folks Saturday
night and Sunday
Mrs. John Dick and daughter,
Louise, of Marshall, are the guests of
her sister, Anna McCllntock.
Mrs. Wilej Austin, of Chicago, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Mulilbach.
Arthur Chaney, of Danville, and
Lew Chaney, of Ilarrlsburg, called on
their mother one evening last week.
C. V. Purdy was a business visitor
in Sablna Friday.
Ralph Miller ran a nail In his foot
one day last week.
Isaac Stanforth and daughter, Del
la, spent the firs; of last week with
Frank Holmes and family in Hills
boro. Wm. Borden made a business trip to
Columbus Friday.
Ora Simpson returned to his home
in Greenfield Saturday.
Jessie Harshbarger spent a couple
of days last week with her sister, Mrs
C. A. Wood, at Danville.
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Miss Neta Miller entertained the
W. C. T. U. Thursday afternoon
Reece Robert, who Is working for
A. L. Miller at Folsom, spent Sunday
here with his mother.
Newt. Whlsler called Sunday on his
sister, Mrs. Chaney, who Is very sick.
Forest Emery and wife entertained
P. S. Bell and family and Mrs. T. M.
Wilkin, of Point Victory, Wednesday.
George Hetherlngtonand wife spent
Thursday with relatives in Sugartree
Ridge.
A. E. Hunter called on Arthur
Duckwall Sunday evening.
Chas. Muhlbach and family and
guest, Mrs. Austin, spent one day last
week with Elery Austin and family
at New Antloch.
Mrs. L. B. Custer and daughter,
Stella, were the guests of Miss Anna
McClintoch Tuesday.
Mrs. Capllnger, of Sugartree Ridge,
is staying with her daughter, Stella
Garen, who Is sick.
Mrs. John McReynolds entertained
Bowen Vance and wife and Mrs. Mar
garet Glbler with an elegant dinner in
honor of her sister, Mrs. Glbler's,
hlrthday.
Mrs. L. L. Eaklns and Mrs. Roy
Harshberger and daughter, Beatrice,
were callers at the Chaney home on
Tuesday
Mrs. Geo. Eyler called on Nat Tan--nehlll
and family Sunday.
Martha Barrere spent Sunday with
J. D. Van Winkle and wife.
Orla Shaffer and wife, A. E. Hunter,
Jessie Harshbarger, Granville Robin
son and C. V. Purdy and wife attend
ed the funeral of Aunt Mahala Mc.
Kee, at Mt. Zlon, Sunday morning.
R. G. Roberts and Geo. Eyler called
on John Sanders Sunday.
Rev. J. H. Holllngsworth attended
the minister's meeting at Granville
last week. He also called on friends
at St. Mary's on his return home.
Nels. Barrere and wife and son,
Ileber, were the guests of Homer Cas
lln and family Sunday.
C. A. Lemon called on G.N. Roberts
near Mowrystown Sunday.
A. E. Hunter and C. V. Purdy will
unload a car of corn at New Market
Station in a few days.
The Baptist Sunday School reorgan
ized Sunday electing the following of
ficers for the ensuing year : Pastor,
J. H. Holllngsworth ; Supt., C. D.
Harris ; Asst. Supt., Oren Wilkin :
Sec, Bessie Whlsler ; Treas., John
Harris ; Organist, Grace McCon
naughey ; Chorister, Grant McCon
naughey ; Librarians, Nela Miller and
David Carrier.
one
son.
more before closing for the sea
Announcement later.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
has for topic S, S. lesson. Bibles will
help us to get the most good from the
meeting.
The young child of Civil Capllnger
and wife has been very ill for a day or
two.
Mrs Grovels giving her cottage a
new coat of paint. Silas Smack Is do
lng the work.
'1 bunder in March must have opened
the eyes of the snakes. Soon after the
thunder an ugly looking reptile
thought to be a copperhead "at any
rate having a broad Hat head, Indica
ting poison, was found under an old
stump on Miss Sarah Anderson's farm.
Lato Anderson, of nillsboro, and
Frank Gallup and family, of Wilming
ton, visited T. J. Anderson Sunday.
Ed. Dodds and Miss Slmbro were
married last week.
The Centertield W. 0. T. U. will
hold its regular meeting with Mrs.
Dutton April 10.
Rev. Maud Hosklns is still unable
to be out
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Column
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FOR SALE.
Farm and Town property always
'or sale. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. Wade Tuhnku,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
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D. Leadbetter, real estate, nre In
surance and pensions. Olllce134 S.
High street.
Fcm Salk Locus anchor posts.
Wolfe & McCoy, W. Main" St., llllls
boro, Ohio. tf adv
Rainey s African Hunt at The Orphettm
Saturday, April 18, Matinee and Night.
The Presbyterian Sunday School re
organized last Sunday electing the
following officers : Pastor, T, u. Kerr;
Supt., J. D. VanWinkle 5 Asst. Supt.,
Homer Catlln; Sec, Louva Carr; As
ristant Sec, Elmer Dunn ; Cor. Sec,
Geo. Brognard j Treas., Emma Brog
nard; Organist, Elsie Muhlbach;
Chorister, Nelson Barrere, Jr.
FORT HILL.
April 6, 1914.
Ivan Massle, of Springfield, Is the
guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Sallle
West.
Ott Reed anJ Elmer Irons were in
Balnbrldge Thursday.
Fred Rhoades and family spent Sun
day with the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alva Rhoads, of near Cedar
Point.
Delbert Holten spent from Friday
till Sunday with Glenn Smith' at La
them. Mrs. Elva Cartwright spent Friday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,, J. P.
Havens. She was accompanied home
by her sister, Miss Jane, who returned
home Sunday.
Mrs. John Reed left Wednesday to
visit relatives In Springfield. She ex
pects to visit herdaughter, Mrs. Frank
Irons, who is in Christ's Hospltalin
Cincinnati before returning home.
Fred Spargur and family, of Rains
boro, spent Sunday with H. M. Eu
banks and family.
Lewis Reece, of Centerfleld, is the
guest of Geo. Reed and family.
Fent Thompson and Levi Capllnger
were the guests of their mother, Mrs.
Martha Capllnger, Thursday.
Wilfred Hunter, of Marshall, and
Miss Margaret Chapman, of Sinking
Spring, called on Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
Matthews Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. H M. Eubanks and son, Clyde,
were business visitors In nillsboro
Saturday.
Evan Massle, of Springfield, spent
Sunday with his uncle, Simpson West.
. Charlie Johnson and family, of
Beech Flatts, were tho guests of Mrs.
Louisa Lawson Thursday night and
Friday.
Louesaand Birta West spent Sun
day with Osa and Bessie Deardoff. .
Benson Butler and Glenn Fry, of
Sinking Spring, took dinner with the
former's aunt, Mrs. Maud Matthews,
Saturday. They were accompanied
home by the former's aunt, Bess L.
Butler, who returned home Sunday
evening.
Lawrence Kesslerand wife and baby
spent Sunday with relatives at Sink
ing Spring.
Stomach Trouble Cured.
Fob Sale Anthony fencing 4000
rods to select from. Prices very low,
quality considered ; also round chest
nut timber braces better and cheaper
than saved ones. Wolfe & McCoy
W. Main St., JItllsboro, O.
Wait See Pete Lewis and get prices
before tiring your biigpy. Kelly
Springfield Good YearJWing and Dia
mond 8122 rubber tires. The Best.
(4 9) adv.
LinEHAL Commission (and Salaky
to look after our business in your com
munity. Interesting, dignified, health
ful work. International Magazine
Company, HOVY. 41st St., New York
City. adv (4 9)"
Fon Sale Farm of 39 5-10 acres in
Union township, 11-2 half miles north
of Russells. Good house, large bam,
out buildings, i orchard. Township
ditch through center df farm. No
waste land. Fertile soil." Possession
given at once. Expect to sell by April.
A good bargain for a Jhome seeker of
moderate means. J. W. Watts,
the owner, Illllsboro, O.
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For Sale -Irish Potatoes. Wilson
Chaney & Sons, Crystal Spring Farm,
Hillsboro, Ohio, Home Phone. (4-9)
The Greatest Wild Animal Picture Ever Secured. Educational and Entertaining. See
the Lion-Hunt; The Leopard Hunt; Wild Animals at the "Water Hole." Indorsed by Press
and Public. Positively Just One Day and fright. Special Late Performance in Afternoon
For "Patterson" Candidates.
ment
A Car each of Atlas
and Universal brands
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-SA TURDA Y, APRIL 1 1, MA TINEE AND NIGHT -
The Adventures of KathIyn"-No. 3.
"IN THE TEMPLE OF THE LION"
The House with Pictures an! Music that Everybody Likes ORPHEUM. "
ORPHEUM-
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Richards Mill
Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time I suffered rom
stomach trouble I would have sour
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by All Dealers. adv
Notice!
All persons having any of my milk
bottles In their possession will please
return them to me or leave them for
me at a place convenient for me to get
them, at once, calling my attention to
the place where "I can get them.
Also please desist from the taking
or using of them for any purpose here
after. I desire to call the attention of al
such persons to 'Section 13109 of the
General Code of Ohio as atnendtd on
the 5th day of May 1913 which reads
as follows:
"Whoever fills or refills with milk,
cream or other milk product, a glass
jar or bottle having the name of a per
son, firm, corporation or association
blown therein, with Intent to sell such
milk, cream or other milk product,
shall be fined not more than one hund
red dollars. This section shall not
apply to a person, firm or corporation
BOWLES & Go.
April Spring
An Invitation Is extended to every
one thinking of papering to visit our
store and let us assist you in making
the best possible selection for your
rooms at the price you wish to pay.
Bargains
If you want banrins vou should not.
fall to see us before making any select-' whose name Is blown In such glass jar X
or bottle, or to a member of an assocl- J
atlon tue name of which association is f
blown in such glass jar or bottle, or
any authorized agent or employe of
such person, firm, corporation or mem
ber of such association, or to tho own
er of such glass jar or bottles, or to
any person authorized by the owner
thereof to use said glass jar or bottle."
This 31st day of March 1914.
adv (4 9) O. H. Fbnkbb.
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AT HIDER'S
Beautiful Flowers of all kinds for EASTER. Place your
orders now. Price reasonable. Our Carnations were never
better than now and they may be had at $1.00 per dozen for
Easter delivery. We will have roses by the thousands and
sweet peas galore. Will deliver flowers to any point in the
United States, as I am a memher of the FloristB Association, I
am enabled to deliver orders anywhere by a telegram. All bus
iness entrusted to me will receive personal attention.- Help us
make this the greatest EASTER BUSINESS in our history. ,
REMEMBER we always have on hands the best in fruitfj
and vegetables of all kinds. We give "Surety Trading Stamps"
with each purchase. Remember our motto is
"WATH US GROW"
hilQER'S
Ions. In a stock as large and varied
as ours there are always Close Outs,
Rjmnants, odd borders, binders and
ceilings. At a mere fraction of the
regular price.
Expert Hangers Furnished
If desired, at reasonable prices.
Prompt service.
BOWLES M
The Leading Wallpaper Dealers
N. High St. Opp. Soldiers' Man.
Positive In action for backache, weak
back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder
troubles. P. J. Boyd, Ogle, Texas,
writes: "After taking two bottles of
Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumatism
and kidney trouble are completely
gone." Safe and effective.
adv Gabbett & Atbks
Most disfiguring skin eruptions,
scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due
to Impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit
ters as acleansing blood tonic, is well
recommended. $1 at all stores, adv
100 applicants took the teachers
amlnation Saturday.
ex-
For Spring Planting
Caladlmus,
Tuberoses,
"Madaras
Caunas, Gladlolas,
Dahlias and
At Less Than Catalogue Prices
The firm of BROWN & AYRES will,
for the season, keep for public service
in their stables at Hillsboro, imported
draft stallions described as follows, viz:
MINOS. Sorrel, Belgian, age 10, weight 2025.
SULTAN, Sorrel, Belgian, age 0, weight 2100.
COMPTABLE, Black Percheron, age 8, weight 1800.
JOSUE. Gray, Percheron, age 5, weight 2050
KILLOGRAMMETRE, Gray Percheron, age 3, weight 1900.
All these horses are sound and all registered In the respective
record books of Belgium and France, and also In this country.
TERMS 815 to insure a living colt for all, except Killogram-
metre wnicn win ne zo. ratting with mare after service, without M
ucuijilo arrangement wilii Biauion owners forfeits the Insuranco.
60WLES&C0MPANY
At Lynchburg under the management of Robert Brown,
ARCOLE DE STUY VE, Sorrel, Belgian, 5 years old, weight 1880
JONGLEUR, Black Percheron, 5 years old, weight 1875.
Both sound. Terms $15 as above.
N. High St.
Opp. Soldiers' Mon.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Hillsboro Bank S Sayings Co.
At Hillsboro In the state of Ohio at the
close of business April 3rd, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loans on Real Estate , $ 76,012 07
Loans on Collateral .., 93,050 00
Other Loans and Discounts 82,020 67
Overdraft... s
State, County, Municipal Bonds
not included in reserve.)..,.... 63,699 40
Banking House and Lot.
Furniture and Fixtures...,;,..,.,
Cash Items
Due lrora Reserve Bank. (54,087 43
Gold Coin... 6,40000
Stiver Dollars , 450 00
Fractional Coin 303 14
tJ. s. and National Bank
Notes 11,440 00
10.000 00
900 00
389 86
71,680 63
Total,
LIABILITIES.
. 334,650 10
Capital Stock Paid in - , iso.ooo 00
plus Fund
a roll
ndlvlded Pxonts less Expenses,
6000 00
11,801 03
Sur
Und
Interest and Taxes Paid.
Individual Dettoalts sub
ject to check (164,078 60
Demand Certificates of
Deposit 50 00
Certified Checks. '...... 27 83
Time Certificates of de
posits 43,615 BO
Savings Deposit., 67,984 47
Total .'. (396.231 20
Municipal Bond Account.,..! t so.coo oo
Total
(691,653 16
I. Conard Roads, Cashier, of the above
named The Illllsboro Uank& Savings Co.,
do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and be
lief. conard Roads.
8tath or Ohio I M
COUHTT OF BlOHUilfP f "
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this
7th day of April, 1914. Fbank a. Coluns,
BOTH PHONES J
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SINKING SPRING.
April 0, 1914.
Wm. Butler and wife and baby are
visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. par
ley Nace, at Piketon.
A number of young people were en
tertained with a taffy pulling; at the
home of Rev. Kelley and wife Thurs
day evening. All report a good time.
Misses Ocle and Eva Porter were
business visitors at Peebles Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lemon and Mrs.
O. O. Eylar motored to Peebles Friday
in Mr. Tener's new auto.
Mary Seamen spent Tuesday night
with Miss Bessie Porter.
Frank Nace and wife, who were re
cently married, were given an old
fashioned belling Monday night.
Lowen Rhoads Is sick.
There will be Easter service at the
M. E. Church Sunday evening April
12, at 7 o'clock. All are Invited, An
excellent program will be given.
Rev. Kelly preached at Cedar Chapel
Sunday afternoon and at this place In
the evening.
Isaiah Gall is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. J, O. Frost, near Bylngton.
Mrs. Sadie Tegal, of Chicago, was
called here Monday by the Illness of
her mother, Mrs. James Puokett
O. A. Tener was a business visitor
at nillsboro Saturday.
Frank Nace and wife spent Sunday
with the latter's parents at Latham.
Joe Nace and wife, of Peebles, spent
Sunday with relatives at this place.
Wm. Overholser, of Springfield, is
visiting relatives at thU place.
Itching piles provoke profanity but
profanity won't remove them. Poan's
Ointment is recommended for itching,
l1 tixA i n cm s vvf nwltnrt Milan RAn -
Notary Public, In and pr UighUnd Oo'o,J "'"""" " -"J" "-" ""
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EYE SYMPTOMS
Do you have headaches?
Do your eyes 'water?-
Do they ache?
Does print run together?
Do things become dim ' or
swim? x
Are your Eyes inflamed?
Do your eyes tire after read
ing awhile.
ADVICE FREE
Dr. G. F. Faris,
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O,
Ellis Pence, the monument dealer
has. sold recently three very handsome
monuments to the following prom
inent men of the county, Philip
Ilughes, James Carlisle and Nathaniel
Roush, The monuments of Mr. Hughes
and Mr. Carlisle will be placed in the
Hillsboro cemetery and that of Mr".
Roush In Mt. Zlon cemetery. adv
One way to relieve habitual consti
pation is to take regularly a mild laxa
tive; Doan's Reguleta are recommend
ed for this purpose. 25o a box at all
drug store.s adv
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